Intelligent adaptive learning is defined as digital learning that immerses students in modular learning environments where every decision a student makes is captured, considered in the context of sound learning theory, and then used to guide the student’s learning experiences, to adjust the student’s path and pace within and between lessons, and to provide formative and summative data to the student’s teacher.
Blended Learning—the method of using multiple media and methods of instruction to teach—has been around for decades. Only recently, however, has it come to mean combining face-to-face learning with technology-based learning.
The transition to and implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematics is a history-making opportunity. This get-started guide provides steps principals can use to lead and empower their learning community in greater focus, coherence and rigor in mathematics education.
In this special white paper based upon the Speak Up 2011 national findings, Project Tomorrow has partnered with DreamBox Learning to explore a new concept in the use of technology to personalize learning—intelligent adaptive learning™.
Get a detailed, behind-the-scenes view into the innovative technology in the DreamBox Learning intelligent adaptive learning platform; and learn how it ensures that all students, from struggling to advanced, work at their optimal level and achieve proficiency.
The numbers and needs of English language learners (ELLs) in K-12 mainstream classrooms are growing, and with them come new challenges for educators. With schools under immense pressure to raise the academic proficiency of ELLs, it has become clear that differentiated elementary math programs are needed to support teachers and address the challenges facing ELLs.
Now every student can achieve math proficiency. With the adaptive learning environment, students build comprehension and fluency, and outcomes are improved for all students through highly individualized instruction. Learn what's included in the most effective adaptive learning environments.
Adaptive learning is a promising approach within the Response to Intervention (RTI) model. Adaptive online technology assesses each student's comprehension and tailors individual learning paths, delivering the right lessons, sequencing, scaffolding and more, as well as reports on proficiency and progress.
Learn to understand children's cognitive development and the appropriate math concepts they should be learning at each age from 4 to 8 years old. Teachers can share this guide with parents; it includes tips for family activities so they can support math learning at home during each stage of development.
Consider just how important family involvement is to a student's education. Share this guide with parents, and they'll learn to foster a positive environment for math learning at home, and through many easy, everyday activities, help their children become math literate and prepared for success in a changing world.